AMD Announces 7000 Series APU’s

Posted on by Ryan

AMD had their annual Financial Ananlyst Day today and announced a brand new series to their already popular APU library. Theses new 7000 Series APUs are intended to be used on Laptops rather than Desktops like most of their other Processors and even released some details about the specs.

 

AMD A8-7410: 4 cores, up to 2.5GHz, 2MB cache, 1866MHz max DDR3, 12-25W

AMD A6-7310: 4 cores, up to 2.4GHz, 2MB cache, 1600MHz max DDR3, 12-25W

AMD A4-7210: 4 cores, up to 2.2GHz, 2MB cache, 1600MHz max DDR3, 12-25W

AMD E2-7110: 4 cores, up to 1.8GHz, 2MB cache, 1600MHz max DDR3, 12-15W

AMD E1-7010: 2 cores, up to 1.5GHz, 1MB cache, 1333MHz max DDR3, 10W

 

For those of you are don’t know what APUs are let me do some explaining. APU stands for Accelerated Processing Units and have AMD’s CPU, GPU, System I/O, and AMD’s Secure Processor Technology all in one card.

 

In addition to this announcement, existing APUs already released will have a price drop. Below are the new prices…

 

AMD A10-7850K: $127

AMD A10-7800: $127

AMD A10-7700K: $117

AMD A8-7650K: $95

AMD A8-7600: $85

AMD A6-7400K: $60

AMD A4-7300: $42